Category Archives: Adult Services

Ancient Healing

Ancient Healing

 

Ancient Healing

Wednesdays at 5:00 PM, beginning June 13th

Each class will begin with medical meditation and end with an affirmation specific to each chakra. We will discuss additional healing practices including sound, colors, and food recommendations to balance each specific energy center, and engage healing practices including Ayurvedic techniques, energy healing, as well as daily routine and lifestyle recommendations. Weekly topics for the month of June include:

June 13 - First (root) Chakra
Earth Survival and Connection
June 20 - Second (sacral) Chakra
Seat of Passion and Creativity
June 27 - Third (solar plexus) Chakra
Individuality and Identity

Art of the Word and Book

Art of the Word and Book
Putnam County Public Library and the Greencastle Arts Council
Present The Art of the Word and Book

The Art of the Word and Book is a hands-on series of classes for adults sponsored by the Greencastle Arts Council in cooperation with the the Putnam County Public Library. Classes will be held at the library on Tuesday evenings, April through September. Talented local artists and writers will teach classes on various forms of writing and creative media. All classes will focus on art forms that can be bound into a book.

The series launches on Tuesday, April 24th at 6:00 pm with a talk on Book Arts by Alexandra Chamberlain, Assistant Curator of Exhibitions and Education at Depauw. The talk will feature artists' books from the DePauw University Permanent Art Collection, and from local artists, Theresa McGuire and Barbara Fields Timm. Barbara will also present a powerpoint on book arts and an overview of the Art of the Word and Book series.

All participants are encouraged to take advantage of free open studio sessions to be held in September for further development of projects they started in class. Work from any class can be bound into a book at the end of the series either during the bookbinding class or independently. The series will culminate in a November exhibition of books and other projects created during the series.

Enrollment begins on April 9. To enroll, please visit Putnam County Public Library Circulation Desk and fill out a registration form. Class sizes are limited and will be filled on a first-come-first-served basis. There is a small fee, noted below, to cover materials for some of the classes. Payment (cash or check) is required at the time of enrollment. Students can enroll in 1 or more classes.

Tuesday, April 24, 6 - 8 pm: Artists’ Books Overview (no fee)
Tuesday, May 1, 6 - 8 pm: Collage: Altered Postcard or Book Pages by Theresa McGuire and Barbara Timm ($5.00)
Tuesday, May 8, 6 - 8 pm: Creative Journaling by Alex Hirt ($10.00)
Tuesday, May 22 & September 11 (2 Sessions), 6 - 8 pm: Writing Personal Narratives by Steve Timm (no fee)
Tuesday, May 29, 6 - 8 pm: Fundamentals of Papermaking by Lavinia Hale ($10.00)
Tuesday, June 5, 6 - 8 pm: Photo Transfer/ Mounting by Martha Wharton ($10.00)
Tuesday, June 12, 6 - 8 pm: Calligraphy: The Art of the Pen by Jessie Scott and Ruth Scott($10.00)
Tuesday, June 26 & July 10 (2 Sessions), 5 - 7 pm: Watercolor Painting by Barbara Bates ($10.00)
Tuesday, July 24, 6 - 8 pm: Monotype Printing by Jessica Saunders ($10.00)
Tuesday, July 31 & August 28 (2 Sessions), 6 - 8 pm: Haiku by Bob Sorrells (no fee)
Tuesday, August 7, 6 - 8 pm: Book Binding by Theresa McGuire ($10.00)
Tuesday, August 14, 6 - 8 pm: Cross Stitch by Tammy Hunter, Ann Provine, & Conni Wrightsman ($10.00)

Yarn Perch

Yarn Perch

 

Need crochet or knitting help or yarn project companionship?

Join Jo and friends for Yarn Perch, every Monday evening from 5 - 7 pm, upstairs in the south-side stacks.

Weekly Ukulele Jam

Weekly Ukulele Jam

 

Join us for a Ukulele Jam every Wednesday at 6:00 PM. All ages and skill levels welcome!

Jobs for Felons

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